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Dealing With Hair Loss
Women's Health

Dealing With Hair Loss

Alopecia areata is a condition characterized by sudden onset of patchy hair loss in both children and adults without signs of skins inflammation or scarring that greatly affects the quality of life. The condition is unpredictable as spontaneous regrowth of hair can occur at any time during its course with the possibility of subsequent relapse. It is believed to be an autoimmune condition. Chemotherapy drugs can damage healthy cells such as hair follicles causing loss of hair. Hair loss can…
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How To Manage Menopause
Women's Health

How To Manage Menopause

51 is the average age in which women officially start menopause but symptoms can start early. Many women cope with mild menopause symptoms and don’t need medication or therapies. Before starting any treatment it is important to have accurate information. Menopause can be managed through the following ways depending on whether the changes are physical or not. Hormone Replacement Therapy is the medical replacement of the female hormones. The three hormones of relevance during menopause are progesterone, testosterone and estrogen.…
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Dealing With Menstrual Cramps
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Dealing With Menstrual Cramps

A lot of women are affected by menstrual cramps, more commonly called period cramps. Clinically, they are referred to as dysmenorrhea. Cramps can range from light pain that makes one feel uncomfortable to excruciating pain that may lead one to be unable to carry out their regular activities. Light cramps can be eased by massaging the cramping area, usually the lower abdomen or back. A hot water bottle may also be applied to the affected area to relieve some of…
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